Punahou School – Payroll Services Manager (5/4/2018)
The Payroll Services Manager will manage payroll and time and attendance services for over 2,500 employees. The Payroll Services Manager ensures payroll operations run efficiently and cost-effectively. The ideal candidate will partner with Human Resources, as well as other Business Offices, to maintain compliance with payroll legislation, tax compliance, and continually improving and streamlining processes. The Payroll Services Manager serve as the lead for implementation and optimization of systems associated with payroll and/or time and attendance. This role will be the primary liaison with HR/Benefits, payroll billing, and operational leadership and the payroll vendor to ensure process goals and requirements are communicated timely and met.
- Develop the overall payroll and time and attendance strategy, partnering with the Controller, Human Resources, and other school leadership, focusing on client needs, integrated business processes, continuous improvement, simplification, and automation. Maintains payroll guidelines by writing and updating policies and procedures, as needed. Advise leadership on needed actions.
- Manage day to day operations of the Payroll function, including payroll processing, data accuracy, support of inquiries, payroll taxes, and compliance. Ensure accurate and complete employee time and payroll records in accordance with school policy and federal and state regulations.
- Create metrics and processes for labor analysis, including but not limited to, financial controls, productivity, and compliance. Develop and evaluate measurements and metrics to gauge the effectiveness of the payroll function. Develops and analyzes key payroll metrics and benchmark reports to management on a regular basis for decision support of school operations.
- Serve as lead for implementation and optimization of systems associated with payroll and/or time and attendance. Ensures efficient workflows between time and attendance and payroll systems to the general ledger and other financial systems.
- Develop and ensure service level agreements are adhered to with internal and external clients. Create plans to address trends and issues.
- Ensure high performing payroll function that provides delivery of timely, quality services and meets client needs. Monitor quality and timeliness of work and provide constructive and timely feedback to the team. Conduct root-cause-analysis, identify the factors that led to the issue, and implement solutions to eliminate or mitigate issues.
- Assists with managing vendor relationships for payroll and time and attendance. Partners with Human Resources to ensure continuity with HRIS functionality.
- Lead compliance efforts through internal and external audits. Manage payroll audits as requested or required. Prepare payroll reports per management requests.
- Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance and/or equivalent experience.
- Minimum of seven (7) years of Payroll experience, of which at least five (5) are leading a large complex payroll function.
- Expert knowledge of federal and state payroll laws and other legal requirements related to payroll and timekeeping administration.
- Certified Payroll Professional (CPP) certification highly desirable.
- Experience setting strategy, focusing on client servicing and process efficiency.
- Demonstrated analytical and problem-solving skills.
- Demonstrated ability to lead projects.
- Proven ability to maintain a high level of discretion with confidential material.
- Proficient written and oral communication skills.
- Demonstrable ability to have a positive and productive interaction with senior management.
- Ability to work under tight deadlines and multiple priorities.
- Ability to present, communicate initiatives, results, and analyses to multiple levels of management.
- Able to lead and mentor a team.
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First Hawaiian Bank – Benefits Specialist (4/13/2018)
Responsible for the administration of employee health and wellness benefits and programs for all levels of employees in different employment status (e.g. newly hired, active, leave, retired, terminated). Ensure that such programs and initiatives are communicated, processed, and delivered within company and regulatory requirements.
- Bachelor’s degree and/or equivalent work experience required
- 3 years experience in benefit administration required
- Human Resources Management, Statistics, Business Administration degree preferred
- PHR or SPHR certification by Society of Human Resource Management and/or CCP and CBP
- designations by World at Work are preferred
- Knowledge of all areas of benefits administration, including but not limited to retirement, health and
- Expertise and working knowledge in FMLA, HMLA, HIPPA, and other federal and state HR regulations
- Proficient in intermediate to advanced-level computer skills, including Microsoft Office applications
- (Excel, Word, Access, PowerPoint) and HRMS systems (PeopleSoft and ProBusiness)
- Possess effective planning, time management, and organizational skills to manage multiple, competing
- deadlines and projects
- Possess strong business presentation and communication skills, including active listening, writing, and
- speaking in small and large audiences
- Possess analytical skills and work experience in problem solving, quantitative and qualitative analysis,
- and project management, and continuous improvement methodologies
- Able to gain clients’ confidence, trust and respect through effective interpersonal skills
- Able to maintain high degree of confidentiality and professionalism
- Able to remain flexible and adaptable in a rapid and changing environment
First Hawaiian Bank – Compensation Analyst (4/13/2018)
Collaborates with business units to administer the Bank’s compensation program to effectively retain and attract talent. Responsible for base salary administration for all non-officer employees:
- Leads salary and performance evaluation process for all non-officer employees.
- Consults with managers and is subject-matter expert on salary exception requests.
- Advises business unit managers on job evaluation requests, exercising discretion and independent judgment.
- Conducts market studies, leads salary survey participation, and interprets and applies salary survey data.
- Prepares management reports and assists Compensation Manager to ensure compliance with salary administration guidelines.
- Bachelor’s degree in human resources management, business or related field and/or equivalent work experience.
- 2 years’ experience in human resources or related field required..
- Financial services industry highly desirable.
- Knowledge of general ledger classifications and accounting principles.
- Sound command of Bank’s policies and procedures impacting compensation.
- Familiarity with federal and state wage and hour laws.
- Strong proficiency in PowerPoint , Word and other comparable PC-based applications.
- Strong technical knowledge of Excel required, including development of spreadsheets with formulas, functions, pivot tables and lookups.
- Working knowledge of PeopleSoft or other HR system highly recommended.
- Effective oral and written communication in individual or group settings.
- Must be highly organized.
- Attentive to detail and self-motivated to work collaboratively as a member of a team.
- Must be able to multi-task by working on several assignments for various customer.
First Hawaiian Bank – Disability Management Administrator (4/13/2018)
Manages the daily operations of Disability Management, Leave of Absence and Worker’s Compensation applications. Provides guidance and recommendations on safety related issues and suggestions on safety programs to maintain a safe work environment. Interacts frequently with employees and works closely with our insurance vendors/advocates and attorneys as needed.
- Bachelor’s Degree preferably in Human Resources Management or equivalent work/education.
- 2-3 years of professional experience in Human Resources, Disability Management, Compliance or related field required.
- At least 3 years of professional experience in Human Resources environment preferred.
- Customer service experience in dealing positively with people and be able to have empathy for others.
- Minimum of 2 years of experience in Disability Management highly desired.
- Demonstrated community outreach and health education helpful.
- Knowledge and/or experience working in disability management.
- Experience working in a large (2,200+ employees) corporate environment helpful.
- Knowledge of various state Disability and Leave Laws in addition to the federal laws, FMLA, HIPAA, FLSA, and ADAAA.
- Organizes and manages time and resources wisely to avoid unnecessary delays in meeting deadlines, submitting reports promptly, and keeping abreast of all policies and changes affecting HR related issues.
- Strong organizational skills and ability to maintain clear and accurate records.
- Ability to use Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, and Email proficiently
- Exceptional people skills and excellent listening skills
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Experience in utilizing survey tools
- Must exercise good judgment, common sense, and discretion regarding confidential and proprietary information required
- Must be detail oriented and attentive to deadlines
- Ability to work under pressure, handle last minute changes and demands
- Prioritize multiple tasks to meet established deadlines.
Central Pacific Bank
– HR Consultant (2/9/2018)
In this exciting role, you’ll play an integral part of key human resource functions including Recruitment and HRIS/Operations. If you enjoy working in a fast paced environment in a job that provides a wide variety of opportunities to grow and excel in the world of Human Resources, this is the job for you!
The right-fit candidate is a self-starter who takes pride in exhibiting their ability to understand and navigate challenging HR generalist functions. Competency in recruitment, HR administration including employment laws, policies and procedures, employee records and HRIS, ability to effectively communicate and present a range of topical information in detail (both verbally and in writing) to various audiences as well as manage internal and external business partner and vendor relationships is necessary for success.
In addition to providing administrative support to the HR Service Center, this position will also perform all duties and interact with customers in a manner aligned with the Company Core Values of Teamwork, Integrity and Exceptional Service (TIES).Minimum Qualifications:
- Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or Business Management or equivalent work experience is preferred
- Must have at least four (4) years’ experience in Human Resources which include experience in daily operations of general HR functions is required.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- Demonstrated success working as a HR generalist, requiring minimal supervision
- Solid working knowledge of local and national labor laws required
- Knowledge of banking positions and working with ADP preferred but not required
- Working knowledge of various software including Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint)
- Excellent interpersonal, customer service skills and the ability to effectively present ideas in writing
- Previous working experience demonstrating strong analytical and out-of-the-box thinking, problem solving, decision-making and communication skills
- Detail oriented with a sense of humor, business ethics and confidentiality
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